Nicholas Hoult To Star In Film Of Sebastian Faulks' Birdsong
Posted at 2:18PM Monday 11 Feb 2013
Nicholas Hoult is to star in the big-screen adaptation of the Sebastian Faulks wartime novel Birdsong, the TV version of which, starring Eddie Redmayne, was a critical hit for the BBC last year.
Hoult, at 23 the youngest of the current wave of British actors plying their trade in Hollywood, will play 21-year-old first world war officer Stephen Wraysford for another Brit, Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt.
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